Ice Rink Kit with Liner

$840 USD

SKU: HKY-SM-LN Toja Grid

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Build the perfect DIY backyard ice rink for hockey and other winter sports with our ice rink kit to enjoy all winter long.

Toja Tips:

  • Our ice rink kits can support up to a 12" slope.
  • Ensure lumber is fully inserted into the bracket cavity, resting on metal tabs for proper installation.
  • Quick and easy assembly using weather ready brackets.
  • Upright vertical post cuts in the instructions are only recommendations, you can extend length to allow for adding string lights and other accessories.

INCLUDED

  • 4x4 TRIOs (12x24 Kit x 4, 24x48 Kit x 4, 36x60 Kit x 4)
  • 4x4 KNECTs (12x24 Kit x 16, 24x48 Kit x 24, 36x60 Kit x 32)
  • QUAD Sport Bracket (12x24 Kit x 2, 24x48 Kit x 8, 36x60 Kit x 12)
  • 1 x Liner in chosen size
  • #12 x 1-1/2” Pan Rob/Phil combo drive 304 S.S Wood screws with Black plastic head caps

NOT INCLUDED

  • Wood
    Shipping wood is costly. Most of the population has access to stores that sell wood locally where they live. Buying your lumber allows you the freedom to select the type of wood you want to use for your build and budget. There are also regional limitations for what kind of lumber is ideal for your build; different species of lumber would be used in tropical climate vs. a cold one.

TIPS

 

GENERAL

We recommend taking a bracket with you when you purchase your wood to test fit.
 

WOOD

Our 4x4 brackets accommodate dressed lumber, commonly called 4x4’s at local building supplies. The actual measure is 3.5x3.5”.
 

SCREWS

  • Each bracket only requires 2 screws per each side/set of eight holes.
  • Insert screws in holes closest to the wood.
  • Hardware to secure to wood is included.
  • Additional screws are available for purchase

HOCKEY KIT WITH LINER

what you need

Drill(s)

Measuring Tape

3” Wood for Top rail

2-4 People

Cardboard (to be placed under the brackets to not scratch your surface or the brackets)

LUMBER

12x24 Kit:
  • 6pcs x 4x4x12’ (base structure)
  • 14pcs x 4x4x11” (inner uprights)
  • 4pcs x 4x4x12.5” (corner uprights)
  • 6pcs x 2x4x12’ (top rail)
24x48 Kit:
  • 12pcs x 4x4x12’ (base structure)
  • 32pcs x 4x4x11” (inner uprights)
  • 4pcs x 4x4x12.5” (corner uprights)
  • 12pcs x 2x4x12’ (top rail)
36x60 Kit:
  • 16pcs x 4x4x12’ (base structure)
  • 44pcs x 4x4x11” (inner uprights)
  • 4pcs x 4x4x12.5” (corner uprights)
  • 12pcs x 2x4x12’ (top rail)

Sheets of plywood in either 48”/96”/144” sections depending on your build for the perimeter.

When purchasing your lumber, always take a bracket with you to ensure a proper fit.

You can select whatever lumber suits your style and budget. It must be dry and straight.

Brackets use dressed lumber.
4”x4” (3.5”x3.5”) Bracket Cavity is 3.61”x3.61”

SCREWS

Each bracket only requires 2 screws per each side/set of eight holes.

1-1/2” Pan Rob/Phil combo drive 304 S.S Wood screws with Black plastic head caps are included

Insert screws in holes closest to the wood.

Hardware to secure to wood is included.

Additional screws are available for purchase.

You will need to purchase 3” wood screws from your local hardware store to secure the top rail.

SECTION 1 BUILDING THE BASE

BUILDING CORNERS: Insert your lumber into the TRIOs. See figure 1.

BUILDING SIDES: Add QUAD brackets at each 12 ft. break in lumber based on build size. See figure 2.

>Secure bracket to lumber with provided screws.

SECTION 2 VERTICAL (UPRIGHT) POSTS

Place KNECTs every 4 ft. on the 12 ft. sections based on build size. See figures 3.

Insert vertical posts. 4x4x11” for the inner uprights. Then insert the 4x4x12.5” for the corner uprights. See figure 4.

Secure bracket to lumber with provided screws.

SECTION 3 TOP RAIL

Lay the 2x4 lumber across the top of the vertical posts. See figures 5.

Secure lumber using 3” wood screws. Screw the 2x4’s downwards into the vertical posts, but diagonally into the corner posts

SECTION 4 LINER

Spread out the liner ensuring there is enough to go up the sides to the top of the rail.

SECTION 5 PLYWOOD

Secure plywood to top rail, vertical posts and base lumber. See figure 6.

SECTION 6 COMPLETE

Fill rink with water.

Ensure the highest point of the rink has a minimum of 4” of water.

Freeze and enjoy!